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A dispute over a handicapped-accessible parking spot ended with an unarmed man getting shot and a renewed debate over a controversial Florida law
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Hear what Michael Drejka said during police interview
'Stand your ground' trial defendant Michael Drejka told police that he only fired his weapon at Markeis McGlockton after he was shoved to the ground and then McGlockton ran at him, according to video shown at Drejka's trial.

Both sides in Florida manslaughter trial say video of fatal shooting will prove their case
Prosecuting attorney Fred Schaub said convenience store surveillance video showed that Michael Drejka fatally shot Markeis McGlockton as McGlockton was turning away from him.

Manslaughter or self defense? It came down to this video
Video of a fatal shooting outside a Florida grocery store has put the spotlight back on the state's controversial "stand your ground" law.

What you need to know about 'stand your ground' laws
Cases of self-defense aren't always simple -- especially in states with a "stand your ground" law.